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4 Worst Vampire Movie Sequels of the 21st Century (so far)

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This would be easy, if I was including the Twilight series. They would have knocked out 2 of the four, but I’m not because that would be a cop out.

Blade: Trinity (2004)

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The first two Blade movies are kind of decent, but Trinity is as bad as the Blade TV series. In the beginning of Trinity, Whistler, who was actually a good character, dies. He’s replaced by the beautiful Jessica Biel and Ryan Reynolds. Dominic Purcell (Prison Break) plays Dracula, who’s actually called Drake.

The plot is worse than it was in the previous films. The FBI is after Blade, so he teams up with the normal vampires. He ends up fighting “Drake” at the end whose minions are the WWE’s

 

Triple H and Parker Posey. All in all, this is definitely the worst thing Blade has its name on. The Blade name spreads to video games, bad TV series, comics, and even a themed slot on betfair. This movie almost ruined all of it.

 

Dracula 3000 (2004)

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OK so this isn’t technically a sequel to Dracula 2000, but it has the exact same concept. Dracula is in a different time period. It’s the year 3000, if you couldn’t guess. The difference lies with the setting; 3000 is takes place on a spaceship. And just to make it even more ridiculous, the spaceship stumbles upon Dracula while in space, drifting in a coffin. Its opened when a character is looking for drugs. That same character cuts his hand and his blood causes Count Orlock to awaken. Not sure why Dracula is called Orlock, or why the film isn’t just called Vampires in Space. To make it even more ridiculous the captain is named Abraham Van Helsing.

One amazing review that I stumbled across was from bobcatmvp1-3 on IMDB “Have I seen a worse movie? No I can’t say that I have. This was pathetic… I would rather give myself a papercut on the opening of my urethra before viewing this again (seriously).” I can’t beat that.

 

30 Days of Night: Dark Days (2010)

30-days-of-night-small The first 30 Days of Night was pretty good. Dark Days is not. This atrocity follows Stella, whose character was in the original film, but Melissa George was replaced by Kiele Sanchez. Stella goes around the world trying to convince everyone that vampires are real. She ends up joining people that are going to the “uncharted underbelly” of LA, where she ends up fight vamps again.

This film has been called “about as original as a stop sign” and “so awful that I registered just to say so.”

 

 

BloodRayne: Deliverance (2007)

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So the story line in this stinker, is set 100 years after the terrible first movie BloodRayne. This film includes Vampire Cowboys, who are led by Billy the Kid. Billy is trying to create his own vampire cowboy kingdom. Rayne must stop Billy’s reign of terror on the people of Deliverance, Montana. Honestly someone needs to stop the reign of terror that BloodRayne is putting on the silver screen. This seriously might be the worst of the bunch; honestly it’s so bad that I think everyone should watch it. It’s kind of like the smell this game boys played in locker rooms.
 
Some movies are so bad that they turn into comedy classics. All of these push that barrier, and BloodRayne: Deliverance might be there.

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